Letter of Recommendation

Three products to enhance quiet winter times

Goodfellow & Co Shampoo and Body Wash That $28 bottle of Aesop soap was a bad habit for my wallet. Enter Target’s take on the high-end soap market, but a much more budget friendly $6. Nice lather, notes of mint and cedar, and minimal packaging tick all the boxes to earn a place at my sink.
Perfect after use for the container: unscrew the pump, clean the bottle, insert a few sprigs of eucalyptus. Instant minimal arrangement.

Norden Candles in cabin and canyon Cabin candle: notes of sandalwood, cedar, cardamom Canyon candle: notes of cedarwood atlas, citrus, juniper. The packaging and scent on this candle line is simple. They provide a nice subtle scent to your home. Optimal for a grey rainy Sunday when paired with the print edition of the New York Times and nowhere to go. 
Perfect after use for the container: up your weekday breakfast genius game with yogurt parfait served in this sturdy, minimalist jar.

Mud Water Similar to golden milk (link tk), this beverage is infused with tk and tk. My recipe: 1 spoonful with a cup of coconut milk and whizzed in the blender. Then gently warm on the stove. Serve with a spoonful of honey stirred in. Nice on a lazy Sunday morning. 
Perfect after use for the container: a home to baby succulents you want to hatch.  Be sure to poke holes in the bottom for proper drainage. 

Comments (2):

  1. Nicole

    February 13, 2020 at 11:48 am

    Craving winter now.

    Reply
    • heathbrockwell

      February 13, 2020 at 8:30 pm

      I think fall is my favorite season, followed closely by winter for the ‘quiet time’ and chilling out in front of the fire.

      Reply

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